The recent surge in migration because of war, authoritarianism and instability means the displaced are seeking shelter as migrants, refugees or asylum seekers and creating a varying impact on the socioeconomic landscape of Europe and its states.
As some states fail to deliver security and safety to their citizens, a large number of people from those countries look to migrate to areas best suited to their social and economic interest. The displaced are seeking shelter as migrants, refugees or asylum seekers and are having a varying impact on the socioeconomic landscape of the European states.
The migrants are seen by some to be overwhelming the exchequers of those European states which are not able to incorporate these new arrivals financially, resulting in short term tax burdens through high social costs and low employment rates. However, conversely, an…